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I'm going to start a new project on oracle forms...In couple of days I may have some questions regarding validations are going to use in Oracle forms...I need an expert in oracle forms and reports. I'm a intermediate developer. If I found an expert...I can upload all the requirements.

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please this is the error i get when i try installing oracle 12cplease this is the error I get anytime i try installing oracle 12c
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by:Geert G
well yeah, the reason is in the fine print of the installation manual
java -version probably won't help
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by:Vince Mabary
It would identify what if any java is installed, and thus lead to knowing where the gap exists.  The error makes it pretty clear JRE is not available on the system, but it could be a version issue.
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Hi All,

Can we skip any archivelog in recovery ??
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This looks more like a question than a post and you might get a response if you submit it as such.
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Can anyone explain this?

When looking for transactions based on timestamp in e.g. 2017 you can for instance do it like this:

...where timestamp >= to_date('2017','YYYY')
or
...where timestamp >=to_date('01.01.2017','DD.MM.YYYY')

Why does these two expressions return different number of transactions? In my case the latter returns appox. 8 times as many. Is this an error in Oracle SQL or is it something I have missed?

Thx!

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IVer Erling Årva, Oslo
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by:Alex [***Alex140181***]
I don't think this is a bug, I suppose it's just the default behavior if you omit some time parts. I just can't find any evidence within the official docs. Maybe some other Oracle expter may help in finding that reference?!
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Oracle Database

79K

Solutions

26K

Contributors

Oracle is an object-relational database management system. It supports a large number of languages and application development frameworks. Its primary languages are SQL, PL/SQL and Java, but it also includes support for C and C++. Oracle also has its own enterprise modules and application server software.